WNORTH Connect Dinner New York

WNORTH: A global gathering of women on the rise founded in the mountains of Whistler, Canada, comes to New York City on Monday, November 14 for a Connect Dinner at Lafayette Restaurant. The WNORTH Connect Dinners are intimate networking events led by dynamic female business leaders, established to foster and develop women’s careers and business connections. Events have taken place in Whistler, Vancouver, San Francisco, and now, New York City.

Dinner Theme: “Resilience in the Face of Change”

Hosted by two guest hosts:

Elizabeth Cronise McLaughlin, Founder of The Gaia Project for Women’s Leadership, Host of the Women’s Leadership Podcast on iTunes

Jane Francisco, Editor-In-Chief, Good Housekeeping

Event Details

Location: Lafayette Restaurant, 380 Lafayette Street, New York, NY 10003

Date: Monday November 14, 2016

Time: 6:00-9:00pm

This boutique event is limited to 20 seats and features an opening reception with hors d’oeuvres, two short talks from our dinner hosts, a fabulous family-style French-inspired dinner served with two glasses of wine, and of course, a decadent dessert.

 All dinner guests will receive a complimentary Pocket Farmacy from our event partner Saje Natural Wellness valued at $60!


Elizabeth Cronise McLaughlin

Founder, The Gaia Project for Women’s Leadership

Elizabeth is a former Wall Street lawyer turned serial CEO & Entrepreneur and high-powered Executive Coach as the Founder of The Gaia Project for Women’s Leadership. Her work has earned the support and recognition of women such as Arianna Huffington, Ivanka Trump, Ali Brown, DailyWorth Founder Amanda Steinberg, and Emerging Women Live Founder Chantal Pierrat, among many others. Elizabeth is also the host of the widely popular Women’s Leadership Podcast on iTunes.  Elizabeth’s executive coaching and consulting firm serves senior executives across tech, finance, banking, law, fashion, healthcare, non-profit and consulting on issues of success, leadership and redefining work/life balance.

Jane Francisco
Editor-In-Chief, Good Housekeeping

Jane Francisco was appointed editor in chief of Good Housekeeping in November 2013. At Good Housekeeping, Francisco oversees all content for the magazine, which reaches 30 million readers each month in print, online and socially. Unique to the brand Francisco also oversees the Good Housekeeping Institute (GHI), a state-of-the-art testing facility that evaluates thousands of products and digital properties each year and tests for the Good Housekeeping Seal. Everything appearing in the magazine and website have been vetted by GHI. Francisco has been in the magazine industry for over 20 years holding key positions as EIC of CHATELAINE, the leading women’s lifestyle media brand in Canada, EIC of Style at Home, a founding EIC of St. Joseph’s Media’s Wish (appointed editorial director of the company’s Lifestyle Group adding oversight of Gardening Life and Canadian Family), and launch EIC of the beauty and health-focused Glow. Earlier in her career, Francisco was marketing director at Fashion magazine and worked with Futurebrand creating the image and strategy for new brands in the U.S. and Canada. She also co-created the acclaimed national arts and culture magazine Venue. Jane splits her time in NYC and Toronto with her husband and son.

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